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Feb 09, 2019
University of California to be granted patent of CRISPR gene-editing tech: ReportCRISPR works as molecular scissors that can trim away unwanted pieces of genetic material.
Dec 18, 2018
China's first commercial genetic pet cloning service duplicates a star canineSinogene which offers pet cloning carried out the process with the help of a surrogate mother beagle.
Aug 17, 2018
The slinky sister of CRISPR that 'skips' over regions in DNA that cause diseaseThe technique still has one big hurdle to cross before heading towards clinical trials.
Aug 07, 2017
Biotech company may have unlocked the secret to reduce nicotine levels in cigarettes and tobacco plantsInvestors are betting on a little-known biotech company to supply Big Tobacco with low-nicotine cigarettes.
Oct 21, 2016
Biotech company, Biocon reports 52 percent annual growthBiotech major Biocon Ltd on Thursday reported Rs 147 crore consolidated net profit for second quarter (July-September) of fiscal 2016-17, registering 57 per cent annual growth from Rs 97 crore in same period year ago.
Jul 22, 2016
Nasscom’s bleak outlook for IT sector: From lower jobs to Brexit impactNasscom's statements assume significance as the three major IT services companies of the country - Wipro, Infosys and TCS - have come out with a not-so-impressive earnings, giving rise to concerns about the jobs creation potential of the sector
Jun 23, 2015
From cloud to 3D printing to robotics, here's where design tech space is headingCloud-based tools and services are giving small designers and architecture firms the ability to collaborate with global teams and take on large-scale projects.
Mar 10, 2015
PM launches first indigenously developed Rotavirus vaccineBilled as one of the first novel vaccines to be developed completely in the developing world, it is expected to help in significant reduction in infant deaths due to Rotavirus diarrhoea in India and other parts of the world.
Jul 21, 2011
The biotech debate: Too important to leave to politicians to decideBiotechnology is too complex and important to be left to the politicians alone. It is time an independent authority looked into the research, safety, release, and labeling of biotech products.